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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has discussed how to harness opportunities in the field of energy to address India's growing energy needs. During his meeting with 17 CEOs of global energy leaders, focus was on working together for energy security and expanding mutual investment opportunities between India and the United States.

The CEOs noted that there has been considerable improvement in doing business in India and welcomed the recent steps taken by the government to reform and liberalize the economy, including cutting down the corporate tax structure.

The External Affairs Ministry spokesperson said, the CEOs talked about enhancing their footprint in India and lauded the Indian government for steps taken towards deregulation in the sector.

The CEOs present in the meeting were from companies such as Tellurian Inc, Perot Group and Hillwood, Exxonmobil, Air Products, Baker Hughes, BP PLC and Emerson Electric Company.




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